ACC 101 ASSIGNMENT ON BASIC ACCOUNTING NAME: DOGARA DORCAS REG NUMBER: 65235758CD DEPARTMENT: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE COURSE OPTION: B.SC ACCOUNTING COURSE CODE: ACC 101-BASIC ACCOUNTING ASSIGNMENT: BRIEFLY EXPLAIN THE FOLLOWING: > CASH ACCOUNT > PERSONAL ACCOUNT > REAL ACCOUNT > NOMINAL ACCOUNT ANSWER CASH ACCOUNT An account in which all transactions are in money or an account in which purchases are paid for in full, as distinguished from purchasing on credit or margin. PERSONAL ACCOUNT A personal account is an account for use by an individual for that person's own needs. It is a relative term to differentiate them from those accounts for corporate or business use. The term "personal account" may be used generically for financial accounts at banks and for service accounts such as accounts with the phone company, or even for e-mail accounts. REAL ACCOUNT A real account is a general ledger account that does not close at the end of the accounting year. In other words, the balances in the real accounts are carried over to become the beginning balances of the next accounting period. NORMINAL ACCOUNT A nominal account is an account that is used during an accounting period to summarize the cash coming into the company and being paid out of the company for that time period. Nominal accounts are reported on the income statement, which is the financial statement that tells how much money a company made or lost in a given time period
The book begins in Jerusalem and ends at Rome. It describes the establishment and growth of the early church through the work of the Apostles under the direction of the Holy Spirit. The Act of the apostles is seen, as the continuation of the gospel according to Luke because the Opening message that was been address to Theophilus in the book of Luke was also indicated in the act of apostles. The book comprises 28 chapters. It reviews the incident in Luke chapter 24 vs. 49 where Jesus charges his Apostle to stay in the city of Jerusalem until they are clothed with power from on high.
ABSTRACT Proverbs (ufied) is one of the systems of communication that are passed from one generation to another and are derived from society’s experience and thoughts over a long period of years. Over the years, its understanding and usage has been taken to be the sole rights of the elders in traditional societies. This paper discusses the writing styles that are found in Annang social proverbs (ufied) and to show that they are an embodiment of knowledge and virtue, extant and relevant in contemporary Nigerian society. These findings are contributions to a better understanding of proverbs as a tool for national development. The historical phenomenology was used in the study. Data collection was from primary and secondary sources. Consequently, the study recommended that government at the local, state and national levels should ensure that adequate security measures are put in place to curb crimes and insurgencies in the society. Also, traditional rulers, priests, votaries of Annang traditional religion should help promote and educate their subjects and others on the need to preserve Annang folklore as a language of social communication. Finally, the print and television media is an educative medium and as such should be made to feed from a reservoir of a well established and documented Annang literature.
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Jacobean drama is named after Jacobus, the Latin translation of “James”. Most scholars use this term to refer collectively to the works created during the reign of James I (1603-1625) in England. Simply put, Jacobean drama is simply the drama that was performed during the reign of Elizabeth’s successor. It evolved out of Elizabethan dramas but around 1610, began to show a marked shift from the previous era’s theatrical tradition. This is a period characterized by literature and arts not just because of its societal importance but also because of the king’s love for them. Revenge tragedy, is therefore a form of tragedy where a character seeks revenge over the loss of something dear to him/her directly or indirectly. The main characteristics of the Jacobean revenge tragedy includes; a complex plot, murder, madness/insanity, selfish desires, high sense of violence, we see a protagonist who has a serious grievance against a formidable opponent, cruel act and torment. We also see man’s obsession with wealth, material things and corruption.